Adobe announced today the official final version of Lightroom 4 is now available. Lightroom is a popular photo editing tool that is used by many amateur and professional photographers alike. Lightroom is part of Adobe’s Photoshop family, but is a cheaper and more dedicated version geared specifically towards working with digital photos.
Adobe claimed they had 300,000 users of the public beta version of Lightroom 4 and used all of that feedback to make changes before their final release. Changes made since the Beta version include:
- Reverse geocoding now available in the Map Module
- Revamped and improved auto tone in Develop based on new controls
- Increased range of local white balance controls (temperature and tint)
- Updated Develop presets plus added new presets for video
- Maximum Blurb book size is now 240 pages
- Over 800 bugs found and fixed!
Lightroom 4 is available now for $149. You can also download a free trial version if you want to check it out first. You can buy it or download the trial from Adobe.